Simon Edwards

The UK Director for RZIM Zacharias Trust and Assistant Chaplain of the OCCA, in his speaking and writing Simon brings a diverse range of Christian ministry, legal, government, and teaching experience.

Simon Edwards is the UK Director for RZIM Zacharias Trust and Assistant Chaplain of the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics. He holds separate degrees in law and economics and a graduate diploma in education from the University of Queensland, Australia. He has also completed postgraduate studies in theology at the University of Oxford. Simon brings with him a diverse range of Christian ministry, legal, government, and teaching experience. Prior to joining RZIM, Simon lived and worked in Australia as a lawyer, specializing in private practice in commercial law and in government practice in constitutional law. He also worked for two years in a secondary school as a religious education teacher.

Simon is a gifted communicator, speaking regularly at evangelistic and apologetic training events in universities, schools, churches, and workplaces both in the UK and abroad. He has also been invited to speak on a number of BBC Radio programs regarding the evidence for the Christian faith, particularly from his perspective as a lawyer. Simon’s areas of interest include evidence for the resurrection, historicity of the Bible, faith and reason, epistemology, tolerance, the nature of truth, suffering, miracles, and ethics. Simon is married to Natasha, who is part of the leadership team at Latimer Minster, a missional Church of England church situated between London and Oxford. Simon and Natasha live in High Wycombe with their two young children, Grace and Jonathan.

Upcoming Appearances by Simon Edwards

Reboot Belfast

Assembly Buildings Conference Centre
2-10 Fisherwick Place
Belfast
BT1 6DW

March 23

Amy Orr-Ewing, Calum Miller, David Bennett, Gareth Black, Lara Buchanan, Madeline Jackson, Simon Edwards
Summary
We are thrilled to announce that Reboot is returning to Belfast in 2019! We will be gathering in the Assembly Buildings in the heart of the city to discuss your big questions about life, faith and God.
The day is for 12-18 year olds and will be packed with interactive talks, Q&A sessions and lots more!
Will this be open to the public?
Yes
Will there be a charge for admission?
Yes

Why Series - Why the future is now

St Marys Church London
Wyndham Place,
York Street,
London W1H 1PQ

May 18

Andy Moore, Calum Miller, Lara Buchanan, Max Baker-Hytch, Michael Ramsden, Sharon Dirckx, Simon Edwards, Tom Price
Summary
Time with our team exploring the Christian perspective on some of today's biggest ethical questions.

What significance has the Gospel for humanity in an accelerating world without limits? This event will equip you to address contemporary challenges to the Christian understanding of what it means to be human.
Will this be open to the public?
Yes
Will there be a charge for admission?
Yes

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